LOLOL So True
Do you know what that trailer will weigh? Just curious because I have a 2004 TJ Rubicon that weighs 3770 lbs. and also have a 2021 JT Rubicon with the tow package.I pick up my Trailer tomorrow
18' Car hauler
- 3,500 lb. braking axles with 4 wheel brakes
- Double eye spring suspension
- 205/75 R15 load range C 6 ply rating radial tires
- 5″ channel frame and tongue
- 24″ cross member spacing-3″ channel crossmembers
- 82” between fenders
- Treated wood deck with 2-ft. dovetail
- 5′ slide-in ramps
- 2 5/16 coupler
- Swing up jack
- Heavy duty fenders
- 10 stake pockets
- Primed and painted with two topcoats of acrylic enamel with hardner
- Break away kit, reflective tape, safety chains, and sealed beam lighting
Thanks for the info. Didn't really buy the 2021 JT Rubicon with the intention of towing, but I figured I would have the capability if ever needed.2100lbs
So you would be at 5870lbs which is well under 7000lb towing limit of the Rubicon.
The above trailer is
GVWR 7,000 lb. - Capacity 6,000 lb. with 1,000 lb. Hitchload which is well above the weight of the TJ as well.
What's interesting is I discovered that the 2022 JT Rubicon has a Max Tow rating of 7364lbs. I am not sure what changed between 2021 and 2022 to get that extra 364lbs, but this is why I went with the Rubicon instead of Sport S with max towing package which is only slightly more at 7500lbs.